Cindy Abel

Cindy Abel

I am a Dental Hygienist by profession and spent 20 years working in the dental field but I have many other experiences and interests. I am also a EMT, and have volunteered my services to a rural Volunteer Ambulance Service providing prehospital care and transporting patients to the hospital for more definitive care. This experience was very rewarding but also very challenging. Most recently I have been working in the funeral industry helping families to preplan their funerals. I found this to be a very rewarding experience helping families to lessen the burden of their loved ones during a time of grieving. This position at the funeral home also required me to becoming a Life Insurance Producer so families would have a safe vehicle to hold their monies paid for their funeral plans.
I have many hobbies including reading, writing, gardening, canning, cooking, fishing and hunting. I have been married to John for almost 20 years and we have 7 children and 6 grandchildren between us. We live in a very rural area in Southern Oregon and enjoy lots of wildlife and privacy on 41 acres, backed up against BLM land. I also hope to spend more time writing and developing my writing skills. Yahoo Voice is my beginning in the writing arena, hoping that it will be as rewarding and successful as my former careers.
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Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene from Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Community College, Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate Certificate

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  • First Person: I Destroyed My Credit by Not Filing Income Taxes
    The financial destruction and hardship we experienced as result of a decision to not file income taxes. We finally realized we were on a wrong path, we hired a tax attorney to help us file all income taxes back and current, leading to a road of recovery.
  • Why Preplan My Funeral?
    This article is about how to protect families from the burden of making decisions regarding funeral arrangements at a time when they are grieving and not thinking clearly.

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